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Gangireddy Danam
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How compiled java class file dynamically recognizes changed content from xml file ..?
William P O'Sullivan
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You're going to have to provide more information than that.

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Gangireddy Danam
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in web.xml when i pass <init-parm> values to to java program,how it recognizes those changes in web.xml file dynamically?
Paul Clapham
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"It"?

That isn't exactly a shining example of "providing more information".

You seem to be asking a question about web applications, based on your mention of "web.xml". It would be helpful if you said so, instead of making us guess. But then you asked about a "java program", which doesn't apply in the context of web applications. And then there's that good old buzzword "dynamically" which usually only means "at run time" but can mean other things. So you need to be more specific.
 
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